Frontline Fellowship seeks to glorify God through
Evangelising in War Zones
Evangelising in the War Zones
The Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship, Dr. Peter Hammond , has personally carried out over 100 missions in the war zones and presented over 12,000 sermons, Bible studies and lectures in 33 countries. In the course of their missionary activities some Frontline missionaries have been ambushed, come under artillery bombardment and mortar fire, been stabbed, shot at, beaten by mobs, arrested and imprisoned. The Frontline mission base and high school in Sudan repeatedly came under aerial bombardment by the government of Sudan Air Force (10 times in 18 months). Over the years, 20 people involved in Frontline Fellowship outreaches have been imprisoned in Marxist or Muslim countries. Yet, by the grace of God, every one was freed in response to persistent prayer and pressure (Luke 18:1 – 5).
Assisting Persecuted Churches
Pioneering missionary work into war-ravaged Angola , Mozambique and Sudan;
Working for Reformation and Revival
Frontline Fellowship publishes an average of 80 items a year and has distributed millions of Gospel leaflets, booklets, books and Bibles throughout Africa
In Zimbabwe , Frontline is distributing food, medicines and Scriptures into some of the most desperately needy areas and providing leadership training.thousands of pastors, chaplains, medics and teachers.